Chinese Lion Dance at the Museum Volkenkunde Leiden, the Netherlands.
The lion dance is a traditional Chinese dance performed on big occasions, such as the Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) for good luck, as it is believed that.
Brandon Lee, 15, practiced with a lion head during a rehearsal for the Chinese Freemason Athletic Club dance troupe in Lower Manhattan. During festivals and performances, when lion dance troupes met, there may be fights between groups. This dancing lions is called the Righteous Lion. The dance of a Lion is preformed by two performers, one dancing lions the head of the lion, one at the tail of the lion. Head of a Lion Dance costume, China Town, Bangkok. The southern lion dance is a performance based on the study of a lion's behaviorwith an emphasis on actions like scratching, shaking of the body, and licking of fur.